VIDYA – Virtually Integrated disciplined youth analysis
- Skill development program
- Exposure in the field of competition
- Changes the attitude towards looking at things
- Builds self confidence
- A great shared learning platform
Exposure with the world of work offers students the opportunity to network with professionals outside their ordinary family network and “learn” in the real context.
This offers valuable benefits – enriching school learning, improving student employability, and helping develop skills (such as problem solving, collaboration, and resilience) that we know to be at work and in life to be appreciated.
Some students already have access to interesting experiences, such as: B. Industrial Mentoring and Entrepreneurship Programs at School. However, this does not apply to all students.
Since young people have spent more time in formal education, many may not be in contact with the world of work before the age of 20.
For these students, after completing their studies, the “new reality of work” is that the average transitional period between training and full-time work is less than five years, compared to one year in 1986.
VIDYA provides and exposure to the young minds. VIDYA can have the charts that visualize goals with deadlines, giving students an overview of their future. In the classrooms, students discover the basement to find out how successful they can be with growing up. The skills and confidence that they gain during their school days will really affect their careers. In fact, creators create more opportunities than those with simple academic skills. They can express themselves freely during the playoff rounds and the way they present themselves is very important in this competitive phase.
Guidance – The educational pathways of young people are conceived at the beginning of their career – professional aspirations are often based on traditional gender stereotypes and tend to reflect the interest and success of students in traditional subjects. A lack of interest in 10-year-old STEM subjects should not change before the age of 14.
Various ways to engage in the world of work, through career discussions, mentoring and field visits, can be beneficial from elementary to high school, especially for students at risk of withdrawal.
Early exposure is crucial for students to make informed decisions about their future career path.
Counselling – School boards are held in public and private schools from kindergarten to 12th grade. VIDYA counsels to help students succeed, improve their behavior and presence, and help them to develop socially. VIDYA program help student with personal or academic difficulties, help them choose a career and plan their education, and intervene when students are confronted with behavioral, physical, or social issues. mental health.
Motivation – Motivation is a psychological trait that awakens the desire for a specific purpose. Students have different goals in their studies. Teachers spend most of their time with students and motivate them to achieve their goals.
Motivating students regularly keep them away from deviations from their goals.
VIDYA helps them to keep stay on the track and achieve success in their life.
Creativity – A good teaching environment always has elements of creativity that make lessons more interesting and interactive. The good mix of creativity associated with the curriculum helps students innovate and encourage them to learn new things. Students can become good communicators and improve their emotional and social skills. Creative classes can really change the way students learn and put them into practice. In fact, creative expression plays a crucial role in the student’s emotional development.
Creativity can inspire imaginative thinking in students. This is why VIDYA encourage activities such as open questions, creative team building activities, brainstorming sessions and debates within a busy program. Open-ended questions will open a world of imaginative thoughts and allow you to find creative answers.
VIDYA organizes events to bring the creative side of the students out and help them getting exposure about their own capabilities and potential.
Helps to find the strengths weakness and make them aware of their self to work on taking better decisions for them without much dependency.
VIDYA initiative creates an environment like group discussion, that encourages creativity opens a world of communication. Students can have better conversations and stimulate innovative thinking and discussion sessions during their free time. It also triggers group problems and shared learning that gives them a sense of community. Group discussions not only help to think creatively, but also to understand and welcome others’ points of view. This type of shared creative experience helps them to open up and become better communicators.
Competitions – When children are exposed to competing activities at school, they not only acquire individual skills such as resilience and motivation, but also rely on important interpersonal skills. VIDYA explains that competitive activities really help students learn that
Positive and healthy classroom competition will help develop students and discover new skills. According to VIDYA, there are some signs of healthy competition in finding ways to compete, develop new talents, improve oneself, and improve self-esteem.
Fun – To learn a language, students need many opportunities to apply and apply what they have learned in class. The English class is often a challenge in this area because of teaching methods, rough programs or the limited ability to use the language outside the classroom.